Cushman & Wakefield has been appointed to acquire tenants and develop a marketing strategy for Trinity One in Warsaw. The owner of the scheme is Revetas Capital.
Trinity One is a modern 7 storey building located in the business heart of the Mokotow district in Warsaw. It offers high quality office space for lease (totaling GLA 19,500 sqm). The facility also accommodates retail units and a three-level underground car parking for about 800 cars. Proximity to Wilanowska and Wierzbno metro stations as well as bus and tram lines provides convenient transport links to both city centre and the airport.
Revetas Capital has undertaken activities to strengthen the market position of Trinity One (formerly Trinity Park I) through executing an effective marketing campaign. It is aimed at enhancing the building’s brand image, improving rental income, reducing fixed costs and consequently increasing the property value. Revetas has selected Cushman & Wakefield to carry out the instruction. It will be also responsible for commercialization of Trinity One.
“Trinity One has a flexible and contiguous floorplate of around 2,500 sqm which offers a wide array of possibilities to accommodate any size tenant. Our strategy involves creating attractive amenities and friendly public spaces, both for the occupants and the local community, which will ensure not only comfortable working environment but also contribute to improving public spaces. The ground floor will feature a cafe, a fitness club, a hairdresser, a beauty parlor, a kindergarten, a convenient store and a pharmacy. All this will combine to bring a sense of place to the building, making it an integral and lively part of the urban fabric,” said Anna Kwiatkowska, Associate, Landlord Representation Manager at Cushman & Wakefield.
The Revetas management team has been an active investor and asset manager in the region for over ten years and has in-depth market knowledge of the real estate and banking practices in CEE. The firm is based in London, and has offices, staff and advisors located in Vienna (Austria), Bratislava (Slovakia), Bucharest (Romania), and Krakow (Poland), and as a result is ideally positioned to identify, acquire and manage compelling investment opportunities. Revetas, which is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, was established in 2012 to source and manage value-oriented, opportunistic real estate and property-related investments in Europe with an initial focus on CEE. Revetas has considerable experience of real estate management across the CEE region with extensive local market knowledge gained across diverse economies with differing legal, taxation and trading practices. Since 2003, the real estate investment and management team has raised, managed and invested capital on behalf of a range of international investors, including institutional investors and high net worth individuals. The transactions involved over 470,000 sqm of assets across CEE.